Webinar Series: Winning Strategies for Managing Through LCR

While the Lead and Copper Rule revisions are a major step toward removing lead from our communities, complying with the revised LCR will create significant operational challenges. In addressing this change, the industry message is clear: start planning now.

In this webinar series, we’ll explore five major components of LCR to create efficiencies for your current compliance programs and prepare you for the coming revisions. Every other week, you’ll hear from industry experts sharing best practices and operational recommendations to help you achieve compliance for today and tomorrow.


Complete your LSL Inventory Using Predictive Modeling

Webinar Series Event 1

September 21, 2021

In this session, Rory covers:

  1. Inventory and data management best practices and timeline
  2. How to select the right LSLI strategy
  3. Background into 120Water’s model and if predictive modeling is the right path for you

Service Line Inventory Material Validation

Webinar Series Event 2

October 5, 2021

In this session, Marcus covers:

  1. Digitization and data transcription of physical assets
  2. Crowdsourcing service line data from engaged residents
  3. Field Validation to inform predictive modeling/ machine learning

Preparing for Large Scale Lead in Facility Sampling

Webinar Series Event 3

October 19, 2021

In this session, Daniel and Sarah cover facility lead sampling and communication with key stakeholders.

Effective Strategies for Sampling and Pitcher/Filter Distribution

Webinar Series Event 4

November 2, 2021

In this session, Alexis from Denver Water, Ryan from Brita, and Scotty discuss effective strategies for sampling and pitcher filter distribution using Denver Water’s success as an example.

Creating Compelling Communications Strategies

Webinar Series Event 5

November 16, 2021

In this session, Kelley Dearing Smith from Louisville Water provides effective strategies to create transparent, consistent and strategic communications that will strengthen public trust.